Muffadal Saylawala

Belief is something that’s important to me.

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Your Turn Challenge Day 2: Tell us about something that’s important to you I was brought up in an environment where believing was paramount. I learned that fostering a strong faith was the point of my entire existence. I went deep inside the faith and convinced myself I was a true believer. I started traveling and learned about all kinds of new belief systems. I met people from all walks of life: everything from surfers and backpackers to monks and whirling dervishes. We shared many conversations about what we believed. My own…read more

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Why am I doing the Your Turn Challenge?

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Your Turn Challenge Day 1: Why are you doing the Your Turn Challenge? I need help. I’m scared. What if I’m not good enough? The backstory and the context is so involved and lengthy. Whose got enough time to even read this? What will this say about me as a person? What will my community think of me? My family? My parents? Will they be proud or will they cringe? I’m tired of hiding. Enough already, I want to be naked in front of the world. I don’ I’ve battled with developing…read more

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Magic and Time Travel Update

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At the World Domination Summit, I was called on stage at the end of the conference and told that I was going to receive some help accomplishing what I hoped for my life in 2020. The World Domination Summit is an annual gathering of 3,000 nonconformists from around the world who carve remarkable lives for themselves in our conventional world. Over the previous eight years, I had many ideas for a book I might write some day; motivated by my journeys around the world. My Dad seeded the idea, actually….read more

Chasing Surf in Life

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This morning I awoke early and laid in bed for some time, meditating, enjoying the state in between being awake and dreaming. High tide at Playa Amarillo was at 8:45am, that’s the best time to surf these particular waves today. I got out of bed at 7:15, leisurely did some stretches and then we loaded our surfboards into the truck and drove over. The waves were looking great, peeling slowly. There was swell in the water and my surf instructor, Duff, told me the conditions were clean, that’s surf lingo for…read more

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Step by Step

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I spent three weeks on the edge of the Andes and the Amazon in the Sacred Valley of Peru. I remembered what its like to birth something miraculous, I practiced shamanism and permaculture whilst climbing mountains. It was a mystical, yet practical experience and I’m sure I’ll be downloading the lessons for quite some time. I’ve learned that everything we do must happen one step at a time. One incremental step at a time. The Paititi Institute is an innovative organization that practices holistic healing. One of their ethics I…read more

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